The Design Against Crime Research Centre at Central Saint Martins, UAL has set up Makeright, a ground-breaking design course for prison inmates. The programme aims to develop resilience and empathy among inmates, whilst giving them the opportunity to learn design skills and gain qualifications.
Participants have worked together to create a collection of anti-theft bags, which will be sold at Sue Ryder’s shop in Camden to raise funds for hospice and neurological care.
Visit the latest Window Gallery display at Central Saint Martins to view a collection of the bags. This programme has been delivered in partnership with the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India.
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